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R.E.A.L. Action for a Public Option

Congressman Heath Shuler's offices--across the street from the hospital
Thursday, 23 Jul 2009, 5:30 PM
Huge health care votes are expected the last week in July. So on July 23, we're delivering letters to local Senate offices to urge our senators to stand up in support of real health care reform, including a strong public health insurance option. At a rally later that day, we'll recruit folks from the community who have powerful stories to tell about the need for health care reform. We'll record each of their stories individually and send the recording to Senators Burr and Hagan, as well as to the media.

Message from host: This week we have to send a strong message to Senator Hagan. Since she doesn't have an office in Asheville, we will hold the rally/media event at Rep. Shulers office since it's across the street from the hospital. Please come and show your support for a strong public option!

Status: Public, open for RSVP, 50 attendees (max. 500)
    356 Biltmore Avenue (Map)
    Asheville, NC 28806
Directions: At the light at Biltmore and Choctaw, just north of the St. Joseph's campus of Mission Hospitals, turn east. The building that houses Heath Shuler's offices is just up the hill, on the left side of the road. You can park in the lot immediately on the left after you turn east or in the lot behind the building. We'll gather on the lawn on the south side of the building.

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